Weekly Alibi
 Dec 15 - 21, 2011 
It's two weeks until Christmas, do you know where your presents are? Your friends here at the Weekly Alibi have compiled a hassle-free, neighborhood-based guide for local, last minute Christmas shopping.
NEWS/OPINION
The San Juan-Chama Drinking Water Project has been helping to replenish the aquifer, but the New Mexico Court of Appeals just ruled that Bernalillo County doesn't have rights to a key component—the Rio Grande.
MUSIC
Alt.country band The Porter Draw is part of a small but prolific Americana movement that has bubbled up in Albuquerque during the past five years. Marked by an unusual amount of camaraderie, the handful of bands within it are friends who are mutually dedicated to making music in and for this town.
FOOD
The Santa Fe Farmers' Market—the state's largest, oldest and maybe best—teems with New Mexico's agricultural gifts, even in the dead of winter.
FILM & TV
Director Jason Reitman and writer Diablo Cody, the duo who brought us Juno, team up again for the drama-laced, cynical comedy Young Adult.
ARTS/LIT
Father and veteran zinester Tomas Moniz provides an alternative to traditional parenting books with his essay anthology "Rad Dad."
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